2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg feels it is nice that President Trump kul to marry with another man, but what he really is interested in is how Trumpa's administration tackles LGBT policy.
"That's nice," Buttigieg said during an interview with NPR. "I'm more interested in policies that affect LGBT people."
"What someone says in an interview is one. As they manage, that's the second," Buttigieg said. "There is so much attention devoted to any unbelievingly unheard of and misleading and insulting thing the president said."
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Mayor of South Bend, the Indian mayor, added that "expectations so low that he made" headlines "by saying something that was not offensive offensive."
Trump said last week that he thought it was "great" to see Buttigieg together with his wife Chasten and added that "no problem with that."
"I think that's absolutely OK. I know," Trump said during an interview with Fox New's "Next Revolution with Steve Hilton" to be aired on Sunday. "I think it's great, I think it's something that some people might have a problem with, I do not have any problems with it, I think it's okay.
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During his 2016 campaign, Trump suggested that he would appoint conservative judges to annul the Supreme Court's decision on the legalization of same-sex marriages. But the question was "solved" shortly after his election.
Buttigieg married his wife Chase Glezman, a teacher, in 2018. Both met shortly after Buttigieg came out in 2015.
Buttigieg should attend the City Hall where Fox News will be held in Claremont, New Hampshire, a community of former mills along the Vermont border.